Dementia news: Scandal of families hit by dementia care bills

Hunt for thug who battered his dog and then punched dementia ‘ambassador’ in the face – Arrest now made

Amazon under fire for selling straitjackets and restraints for people with dementia

Grandmother, 83, tied up by staff on luxury cruise when she had panic attack weeks before her death, inquest hears

Sex and dementia: the intimate minefield of consent in a care home

Peers call for extra £8bn to tackle social care scandal

When I was diagnosed with dementia I thought it was the end of the world. It’s not

Delays to dementia care reforms ‘costing patients £15bn of their own money’

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Families left to plug £15bn gap in ‘dreadfully broken’ dementia system

Ministerial group on disability met just three times in a year, DWP admits

Mum who will develop rare form of dementia opens up about shock diagnosis

Grandmother, 50, with terminal cancer left with £6 a week for food after her benefits were cut four months after her diagnosis

New EU figures demolish government claims of ‘world-leading generosity’ on disability

Boris Johnson’s PM vision: ‘Nobody should have to sell their home for dementia care costs’

Boris Johnson vows to fix social care ‘crisis’ – Alzheimer’s Society comments

DWP sanctions system discriminated against disabled people for a decade, figures show

Mother, 31, who has a 50/50 chance of developing Alzheimer’s begs new Prime Minister Boris Johnson to pump cash into dementia research budget

I decide who, what, where’: why social care thrives when users help design services

Care home bosses warned ‘revenge evictions’ could be illegal

Lord Forsyth: ‘Private insurance won’t fix the social care crisis’